1955 Chevy Nomad
The Chevy Nomad is a station wagon produced by Chevrolet between 1950 and 1970. As discussed in the following Forum: Trifive Chevy Nomad Chevy Nomad owners are dedicating their life to restoring these classic cars.
Most classic car restorations begin with ripping out the existing interior of the Chevy Nomad and there is no other better time to install automotive sound deadening or sound deadener to dampen interior car noise. At B-Quiet Sound Deadening com you will find a range of premium automotive sound deadening products that can be installed in your Chevy Nomad to quiet your ride. The team at B-Quiet.com recommends applying Ultimate Automotive Sound Deadening in a few key places to reduce engine, exhaust, wind, road, and tire noise in your Chevy Nomad.
Installing B-Quiet Ultimate Sound Deadener in your Chevy Nomad
For maximum automotive noise control and insulation, the B-Quiet team recommends applying Ultimate Automotive Sound Deadener, on the floor, firewall, doors, in the trunk, roof and tunnel of your Chevy Nomad.
To apply B-Quiet Ultimate Automotive Sound Deadener to the floor, firewall, roof, and trunk of your Chevy Nomad, you simply remove the carpet, seats, and headliner, and apply the peel and stick sound dampening material directly onto all metal surfaces. The process is simple and will only take a few hours.
B-Quiet Ultimate Automotive Sound Deadener can also be applied to the doors. To do this, the interior panels must be removed, and B-Quiet Ultimate Automotive Sound Deadender can be placed on the inside the door skin and then the door.
For additional insulation, you can apply B-Quiet VComp to the transmission tunnel, and back wall of your Chevy Nomad to reduce heat and vibrations in the engine bay.
How Much Does it cost?
To completely outfit your Chevy Nomad with B-Quiet Ultimate Automotive Sound Deadener it will cost $300. Noise inside your Chevy Nomad will drop by 10 to 15 db and you will be enjoying a much quieter ride. Buy yours today at b-quiet.com.